Looking very much like abstract art, this graphical, 12 x 12-inch “earth art” image is from the U.S. Postal Service Earthscapes (Forever®) stamps.
Circular patterns on Kansas cropland show where center-pivot sprinkler systems have been at work. Red circles indicate healthy, irrigated crops; lighter circles represent harvested crops. Corn, wheat, alfalfa, soybeans, and grain sorghum account for most of the irrigated acreage in Kansas.
This ready-to-hang image is printed with archival ink and framed with a black, 2-inch box frame. The art is laminated with a thin matte coating for protection.
The Earthscapes photographs were all created high above the planet's surface, either snapped by satellites orbiting the Earth or carefully composed by photographers in aircraft. These beautiful, graphic images were chosen to showcase designs or patterns and geographic diversity so viewers can see the world in a new way and contemplate a much bigger picture.
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